This Plague of Days OMNIBUS EDITION: The Complete Three Seasons of the Zombie Apocalypse Series

This Plague of Days OMNIBUS EDITION The Complete Three Seasons of the Zombie Apocalypse Series All Three Seasons of This Plague of Days in one monster ebook Welcome to the TPOD OMNIBUS EDITION A killer virus ends the world as we know it It s up to one autistic boy to fight for the future and sa

  • Title: This Plague of Days OMNIBUS EDITION: The Complete Three Seasons of the Zombie Apocalypse Series
  • Author: Robert Chazz Chute
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  • Page: 190
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  • All Three Seasons of This Plague of Days in one monster ebook Welcome to the TPOD OMNIBUS EDITION A killer virus ends the world as we know it It s up to one autistic boy to fight for the future and save us all Just when you think you ve got Robert Chazz Chute and his zombies figured out, he ups the ante ll kill you Armand Rosamilia, author of the Dying Days All Three Seasons of This Plague of Days in one monster ebook Welcome to the TPOD OMNIBUS EDITION A killer virus ends the world as we know it It s up to one autistic boy to fight for the future and save us all Just when you think you ve got Robert Chazz Chute and his zombies figured out, he ups the ante ll kill you Armand Rosamilia, author of the Dying Days seriesThe Walking Dead The Stand Stranger in a Strange Land This Plague of DaysThree plagues spread around the Earth The Apocalypse killed billions as new, deadly species were born Jaimie Spencer, a strange boy from Kansas City, Missouri, is our unlikely champion Follow his family and an intrepid band of European refugees as we all fall into the Mindfield To win the future, we must confront ourselves.Packed with surprises, this is a huge adventure packed with humor, twists and suspense Chute takes us on strange journeys, from humans versus each other and humans versus infected cannibals to exploring the nature of existence amid a war like you ve never seen Finally, all three Seasons in one volume Prepare yourself The human condition is changing Season One of This Plague of Days is The Siege Season Two is The Journey Season Three is The WarNUS exclusive to Omnibus readers After you ve read all three Seasons in the Omnibus Edition, a private video link and the gift of another book await.Follow the instructions at the video link to claim your free ebook, for your eyes only A Note to Readers of Seasons One and Two You may purchase Season Three separately if you wish In 2013, Seasons One and Two were written as a television serial and made available as novels, but also as episodes Fewer readers are opting for the serial format, so we re leaving the episodes behind You asked for it, you got it Season Three or, if you choose, the Omnibus Edition, are available without having to come back for episodes week by week.I ve always kept the price for the full books lower than buying episodes individually That policy continues The latest books are less expensive to buy and simpler to download instead of getting each episode individually week by week Scroll up and grab a copy today.

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    1. Robert Chazz Chute

      After escaping retail hell, I trained as a journalist and worked in newspapers and magazines before becoming a drone in the book publishing hive I worked for Harlequin, The Canadian Book Information Centre, Lester Orpen Dennys and Cannon Books in various capacities in editorial, publicity and sales I learned a lot about what not to do All of the above companies are dead and gone except, of course, for Harlequin I didn t kill them It was suicide I went over the wall again and worked a few miracles in the field of alternative medicine Then they sentenced me to 20 years of boredom, for trying to change the system from within Identify that quote and we are inextricably, irrevocably friends Writing full time now, I tell everyone I m in Suspense I hope you read, review and enjoy my books.

    262 thoughts on “This Plague of Days OMNIBUS EDITION: The Complete Three Seasons of the Zombie Apocalypse Series”

    1. The draft of this review (in my head) changed a lot during the looong time I was reading it. At the start I really liked it (mostly because of my affection for ragnarök-stories), but I soon was annoyed by the derivative parts and also the cramming of topics (one virus to kill most of the population/turn many into "zombies"/turn some into "vampires") and cliches. My main gripe, however, is that the (three) book(s) is way too long. Taken one by one, they're not really finished books, and together [...]


    2. A pretty good approximation of one of Stephen King's many doorstop opuses, with all the good and bad that implies. So, though I appreciated the clarity of the writing and the well defined characters, I'm afraid the actual narrative lost me at the mid-point when it expected me to swallow more supernatural baloney than I'm capable of in one sitting.


    3. I truly enjoyed this! I found myself immersed in the story, even with the jumps from one locale/plot to another. It was a little reminiscent of The Stand which is still one of my all time favorite books, but I loved the zombies and alphas. Jaimie was a beautifully written character that just kept surprising me. Thank you for a wonderful ride!



    4. I loved this book overall & to me the ending was very satisfying. I started off thinking I would give it 5 stars but by the middle dropped it to 4. When the vampires arrived it came perilously close to dropping to 3 (personal taste thing, I don't like vampire/werewolf stories give me ghosts, ghouls, zombies - almost anything else in fact) However, it picked up again & I loved the mystical/supernatural stuff. Occasionally some of it seemed a little bit show offy but I find I can overlook [...]


    5. Following the recommendation of a friend (thanks Rhonda) I picked the omnibus up and devoured it in a night or two. It's mainly your typical small group struggling through a bio-zombie outbreak/EotW but with a few interesting twists.The narrator is a (mostly) non-verbal autistic who has synesthesia and an amazing love for words. I loved his thoughts and narration and the evolving role and responsibilities he has throughout the series. The other little uniqueness was the concept of The Way of Th [...]


    6. Similar, yet entirely new and intelligent As a huge fan of many indie apocalypse writers, it is always amazing to read "the same story" told so many different ways. Not only is this story also unique in it's telling, it's intelligent. Get a dictionary, the big hard backed paper type, not google, and enjoy not just this story, but also relearn your love for words and why you read in the first place 😀


    7. Not your typical Zombie story Read if:You like supernatural apocalypse thrillers.Deep character development.A satisfying conclusion.Skip if:You want a standard zombie apocalypse.


    8. as a huge horror fan of grotesque proportions i have to say this novel gave me everything . it even made me tear at the end . The Way of Things hmm makes you wonder what exactly is that? is that the God we have grown to know or is it another being? and is there someone up above really testing our wits and just sending obstacles in our life just to entertain themselves. or could it possibly be the cast off angel who took the wrong path where all evil goes up to his or her evil deeds trying to tem [...]


    9. Hungry?You won’t be after you read this. A trilogy featuring zombies would not normally be on my to-read list, but this story is much more than zombies; it’s a study in human behaviour. I follow Robert Chazz Chute’s blog (chazzwrites) so was familiar with his titles and interested in learning more about the autistic-spectrum boy at the centre of TPOD. That’s why I jumped at the chance to pick up This Plague of Days-Omnibus Edition during a promotion. The Omnibus edition includes all thre [...]


    10. Great Start, Slow to EndI read the first part of this trilogy on it's own and I really enjoyed it. Shortly after I came across the complete trilogy all in one book thinking it would be great to not have to go looking any further in order to read the whole trilogy. Unfortunately where the first book was intriguing with a unique cast of characters and an unusual plot that seemed full of adventure and potential. The middle part of the trilogy started off strong as the characters and plot continued [...]


    11. I like zombies. I watch The Walking Dead. I've read World War Z. Although I enjoyed the general premise of this book (or series of books) there were several things that I found distracting. First of all, possibly due to the complicated nature of the story, there were some significant plot inconsistencies. This shouldn't be a spoiler, but for example, how can carry around the ashes of someone that you never had a chance to cremate? Doesn't make any sense. Other major plot points just seemed to co [...]


    12. I didn't realize this was a complete series and was wondering why it was taking me so long to read. It is a very interesting story, but it does drag at points. It is about the end of the world and follows mostly on family trying to get to a families house to be safe. Well there are tons of twists and turns along the way, and the story does jump around from different points of view, but it is still easy to follow and keep track of. It is about zombies and alphas, who are much smarter than the ave [...]


    13. An intriguing readSo this is very much along the lines of Stephen Kings The Stand and I must say a good attempt. However, the end of the story did get a little lost in details. I would have liked a better epilogue too. I loved Anna and jaimie but never really took to Jack but they may be because I associate that name with a man.Definitely worth reading if you enjoyed the stand .


    14. Very good series. I did get a little tired of Jaimie and his books in the beginning. The books got better as they went along. A virus has jumped from animals to humans turning people into zombies.The virus is called Sutr X. The stories main characters are Jaimie (Ears) who is a selective mute, his sister, Anna, and their parents as they fight to stay alive. The second stage of the infection is Sutr Z or vampires. The final stage is Sutr A or Alphas.


    15. HybridThis is how the series stuck me, a mash up of ZA novels and "The Stand". There were some nice innovations, 3 apocalypse viruses, and th protagonist is an autistic boy that carries around a dictionary and spouts Latin phrases, all obliquely pertinent to the situation. I enjoyed the characters, reminded me of Steven King, and that's a high compliment. A long read ( 3 books in one, after all) but thoroughly enjoyable, give it a try.


    16. Overall interesting conceptFeasibly, the human race is susceptible to a killer virus, and one that turns humanity against itself and into ravenous, flesh craving zombies is hardly a new concept. But claiming no secular power was the saving grace of us was different. Last book dragged on a bit, occasionally got preachy, didn't need such in depth internal dialogues but overall a decent read.


    17. This book is a mess, an absolutely, horrible mess. Two different types of zombies? Vampires? A queen of the zombies (ugh)? A zombie baby (double-ugh)? A psychic child (triple-ugh)? Ayup, it has all of that crap, and it's just as disjointed as you'd expect.Everything about this falls flat. I seriously feel like I wasted a couple weeks of my life reading this.


    18. Good at first and a fun apocalyptic tale (global pandemic), the series ran, in my opinion, a bit long. It also drifted into metaphysical subjects that don't seem to quite fit in the postapocalyptic genre.Without giving away too much, I'll just say that the phrase "I see dead people" is more relevant here than any other zombie tale I've read.


    19. Really a pretty well-written story. The story definitely kept me guessing, and the characters are compelling enough. I'm not sure what keeps me from giving it all five stars, but maybe it was the unrealistic view of good v. evil, maybe the laughably menacing dialogue that never let you forget that the bad guys are REALLY BAD guys


    20. FANTASTICEveryone should read this book especially those people familiar with autistic people. The imaginary insight into the mind of an autistic child will most definitely make you think twice when you meet such a person in life. The depth of Jaimies thinking will make you a believer. I will most definitely read this book again.


    21. Long. Some of the story gets muddled down with philosophizing, contemplation, and Jaimie's brain puke. However, I like the way the zombie apocalypse is portrayed in this book and "The Way of Things" as a driving force. You get religiosity vs non belief, cult mentality vs individuality Love it!


    22. A sold and mostly entertaining story. I read season one and then saw the Omibus edition as a free download and took a chance. As the story progressed I couldn't help but draw parallels in its scope to Stephen Kings The Stand.


    23. Has everything.At first this book was a little hard to get into but as it progressed I couldn't put it down. You will go through every emotion there islove, hate, sadness, joy, etc. I laughed, scolded, hated, got mad and cried that is what makes a book.



    24. Great readReady enjoyed the book it's of twist and turns could not put it down not just slow zombies humanity evolving





    25. WOW!!!!Highly recommended! Very interesting concept. You will not regret purchasing. If you love " The Stand " (which is my all time favorite book), then do not pass this gem by!


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